gent : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n informal abbreviation of `gentleman'
- n a boy or man
- n port city in northwestern Belgium and industrial center; famous for cloth industry
- A woman finds herself sucked into a poorly drawn black-and white-comic strip, where she quickly falls in love with an animated, mullet-wearing gent in a leather jacket.
- By the end of Clones, Anakin is still a decent, stalwart gent, light-years removed from the malefic Vader.
- It happens that this distinguished gent was a minor hero of my rock 'n roll youth.
News & Articles
- Cruise’s dad/daughter dining
You have part custody and an adored child . . . so . . . where’s a big gent with big money spend a small weekend with his small kid...
June 13, 2013 - New York Post
- They’re Not Dead Yet
The genial gent with the glasses doesn’t look like a dinosaur, but the Hartford Courant’s Frank Rizzo is one: One of the last remaining full-time theater critics in Connecticut—and, to indulge in dramatic license, perhaps in the nation, the planet, the cosmos. Rizzo is intent on reversing the fossil trend.
June 11, 2013 - New Haven Independent
- Update on Gentium's Defibrotide - Analyst Blog
Gentium S.p.A. ( GENT ) recently announced that it is seeking a re-examination of the negative opinion issued on defibrotide by the European Medicines Agency's (EMA) Committee for
June 10, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Johnny Depp in Examiner.com
Depp described Cook to the LA Times as "the sweetest man on the planet and such a gent", and said, "When things went a little sideways on the first 'Pirates' movie and others at the studio were less than enthusiastic about my interpretation...
- Kris Peeters in United Press International
It is important that the factory in Gent (Ghent) has a future,Peeters said. "The jobs there are very important. Under certain conditions we are prepared to provide guarantees of $280 million to $420 million for the European Investment Bank...